- Henderson has established himself among the best goalkeepers in the Premier League.
- The Englishman is set to return to Old Trafford this summer when his Sheffield Utd loan expires.
- Steele believes the 23-year-old will be looking to replace David De Gea as Man United's first-choice shot-stopper.
Speaking to iNews, the former Old Trafford goalkeeping coach said: "Knowing Dean Henderson as I do, he will expect to walk into that Old Trafford dressing room and make the No.1 jersey his own, now.
"I signed him at 14 and stayed close to him - he has a great attitude. David will have known there was always going to be a young pretender to come and challenge him and that is what Dean will do.
“It will not faze David. You do not get to where David de Gea is today without overcoming obstacles. When United are back in the Champions League, you can have a 65-game season. Nobody can play every game."
The Red Devils have an important decision to make regarding Henderson's future, according to a recent report in the The Sun.
The club must now decide between recalling him from his loan spell at Sheffield United on June 30 or allowing him to stay at the Bramall Lane for the remainder of the 2019/20 season.
Meanwhile, Blades' manager Chris Wilder has claimed that Man United must do the 'morally correct' thing and allow the 23-year-old shot-stopper to finish the Premier League campaign at Sheffield Utd.
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